While many countries recognize the right to a healthy environment within their constitutions or national legislation, there is no international agreement on this – something that would strongly benefit people and nature. So, earlier this year, we joined more than 1,300 organizations across 75 countries in calling on states to recognize a healthy environment as a universal human right. And our lobbying is beginning to pay off. Five countries (Costa Rica, Maldives, Morocco, Slovenia and Switzerland) recently tabled a UN resolution calling for global recognition of this right, a call endorsed by more than 60 governments so far. And 50 leading global businesses have also signed a statement of support.